Baseball Decor

Hit a home run in your boy’s baseball bedroom!

Take your baseball bedroom to the big leagues with some really great baseball decor pieces. Art for the walls, rugs for the floor, banks for the shelf – there’s something to fit the theme for every surface in the room.

Among my favorites are the pieces of artwork, usually with a nice vintage feel to them like the piece in the picture here. The colors are nicely muted and just have that nice gritty been at the ballpark air. I just feel like I’m at the park during the days when the game seemed more innocent when looking at them. But if you prefer, there are a lot of sharp items as well that have more of a modern, clean feel to them.

One challenge with all the brown and blue and green is if you’re trying to decorate the bedroom to go with a specific team. Some of these pieces are really cool, but wouldn’t match if the rest of the room is black and orange for the Giants or the turquoise of the Marlins. In those cases, try to stick with pieces that are fairly neutral like the white of the ball or the wood of the bat.

Because of the round shape of the ball, there are quite a few obvious decor options like clocks and mirrors that take their cue there. But also some that play off the field or the bats instead. Consider using a mix of them around the room rather than focusing on just one element.

Baseball Decor for the Wall

Clocks, mirrors and more

Add a few of these to the walls and you’ve got a great start to the theme. Definitely work in combination with pennants of a favorite team or maybe the entire league. What’s a baseball room without a few pennants?

Baseball Bat Corkboard
Baseball Bat Corkboard

At Pottery Barn Kids

Baseball Decor
Day at the Game Decorative Wall Clock

Keep Calm and Throw Strikes Baseball Poster

Keep Calm and Hit a Home Run Baseball Poster

TOPPS Tin Baseball Signs

Ultimate for the card collector

I got a box of TOPPS cards for my high school graduation. (Seriously. Still have them.) But they’re nowhere near as old and vintage as these signs with designs from back in the 50s. The color palette is pretty limited on them, making them perfect to fit into a more muted scheme.

TOPPS – 1955 Baseball Box Tin Sign , 16×12

TOPPS – 1958 Baseball Cards Metal Tin Sign , 16×12

Topps Baseball , 16×13

Desperate Enterprises 1959 Topps Baseball Collectible Metal Sign, Model# 1404 , 16×13

Baseball Wall Art

Classy alternatives to team posters

Not that there’s anything wrong with team posters, mind you. In fact, you should definitely encourage your child to have a few with their favorite players. (Great item to take when you have the opportunity to go to a signing day!) But these pieces of canvas art add some class with the great designs. Again, a lot of the Oopsy Daisy designs work with the vintage style while emphasizing different elements of the game.

Stupell Industries The Kids Room Baseball Textual Art on Canvas


Baseball Wall Art


Americanflat “Baseball Bat 2” Framed Wall Art


Baseball Decor for Around the Room

Banks for the shelf, racks for the floor

Tan Baseball Decoupage Wastebasket and Optional Tissue Box

At The Well Appointed House

Blue Baseball Decoupage Wastebasket and Optional Tissue Box

At The Well Appointed House

Baseball Decor for the Floor

Play ball with these rugs

You could consider going with a solid green or brown on the floor to mimic a playing field, actually. Far less expensive and easily changed to a different theme down the road. Still, there is much to be said for the beauty of these pieces, especially the big Nuloom one shown first.

La Rug FT-122 3958 39 in. x 58 in. Fun Time Baseball Field Area Rug - Multi Colored
Fun Time Baseball Field Rug

at UnbeatableSale

Baseball Lights and Lamps

Brighten up that stadium, er bedroom

Can’t see the pitch coming without good lighting. Pick up some in various forms for your kid’s baseball bedroom theme. Designs using balls, gloves and bats, of course, but even the diamond itself, like in the pendant fixture in the picture here.

Because there are so many individual elements to this game, this is a good place to emphasize one you haven’t use much yet in the room. Although, I realize there aren’t any that show hats and cleats or even uniform jerseys. So maybe the rest of the room could use those instead.

Baseball Table Lamp

Pitch Me Table Lamp

Just 11.5″ tall and uses an included CFL bulb

Brett Baseball Shade • Pottery Barn Kids

Batter Up Base • Pottery Barn Kids

Saturday Evening Post – Baseball Batter Sport Silver Lamp

Baseball Lamp

Oopsy Daisy Fine Art for Kids NL229MG Baseball Night Light

Sports Night Light – Home Run – Baseball

Sunlite Baseball Decorative Night Light, White

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